Lot 1119: Sold for £1,650 hammer

Estimate £600-£800

A pair of late Regency period mahogany and brass line inlaid fold-over card tables of rounded rectangular form, each with a plain apron above the reeded tapered column and platform base, raised to four scroll legs with later applied brass toes and castors, restorations, height 73cm closed (71cm when open), width 92cm and depth when closed 46cm, S/D. (2)

Condition report
The tables have at some point been restored. The green baize has been replaced to the tops and also the well beneath each of the tops has been baize lined. The inlaid brass stringing is lifting in places. The tables have been repolished. There are metal brace plates to the joints of each of the legs. There is an old break visible to one of the joints beneath the brace plate. The brass toes / castors are later replacements and the brass roundels to the scroll legs are later replacements.

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